A camera module is a tiny electronic device integrated with an imaging camera, microprocessor, digital control circuit, and possibly an interface such as CSI, Ethernet, or even plain analog low voltage differential signaling. It is an integral part of a digital camera system and is usually built into the camera itself. The size and power consumption of a camera depends on the camera module. It is often used as a stand-alone unit or can be included in a digital camera, which is then mounted on a computer. There are basically two types of camera modules namely stereomatics and infrared. A Stereomatics camera module consists of an imaging microprocessor and lens that drive an electrical motor. A digital control circuit drives the actuator, which is controlled by the microprocessor. An additional accessory, called a monitor, is used to view the captured images on a monitor. This type of camera has high resolution however, it is somewhat difficult to program and troubleshoot if needed.
Increase use of security cameras in households and commercial spaces is expected to boost the global camera module market growth over the forecast period. The majority of commercial spaces have started adopting closed-circuit television (CCTV) security systems to monitor the premises and prevent intrusion. Commercial establishes such as banks, hospitals, shopping malls, and more have increasingly adopted security cameras in the recent past. Similarly, many people have started adopting these camera modules in households to monitor private property.
Furthermore, rapid growth of advanced driver assistance systems in vehicles is expected to accelerate growth of the global camera module market in the near future.
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